by John Stoehr
From Adaptistration, which has been tracking closely developments in the ongoing lockout of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra musicians. —J.S.
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Although a 15 hour negotiating session on December 14, 2007 yielded $1.25 million in concessions from musicians, the Jacksonville Symphony Association (JSA) and the Jacksonville Symphony Players' Association (JSPA) were unable to craft a final agreement. As a result, the current lockout will continue well into the opening weeks of 2008. Furthermore, the JSA will carry out plans to cancel musician health care coverage at the end of December.
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